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America Reckons With Racial Injustice

'Somebody Knew Them': New Monument Will Honor '(Un)Known' Enslaved People

As monuments come down around the U.S., a group in Louisville, Ky., is putting one up. An artist-run nonprofit is planning a memorial dedicated to Black people whose names have been lost to history.

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'Somebody Knew Them': New Monument Will Honor '(Un)Known' Enslaved People

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Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman talks to reporters in January at the Capitol in Olympia about a series of election and ballot security bills her office is asking the state Legislature to consider during the current session. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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Mail-In Voting Is 'Not Rampant Voter Fraud,' Says Washington's Top Election Official

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